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Concerning Reviews and Other Matters

Torrey Seland has also posted a link to this weblog on his own blog on Philo of Alexandria. I appreciate it. He also left me a comment
which opens up an interesting discussion about what we understand by the term “Bible software.” It surely means different things to different people, but I, for one, will be using it in a rather flexible way. So, yes, we’ll be reviewing some tools that are being used successfully by general users, students, teachers, scholars and what have you, to learn/teach Biblical languages, write thesis and academic papers, etc. But, in order to do that, I will be needing your help. I am actively looking for people who are both qualified and interested in helping review some of these and other products. If you feel so inclined, please drop me a line, a comment, or whatever.

Remember, Bible Software Review can only get better and become really useful with contributions from others. I am certainly not going to do everything on my own. I have gone past the “one-man band” stage a long time ago…

By the comments and emails received in such a short time (Thank you!), I am once again reminded of something I already knew, at least theoretically. Blogs can be a tremendous source for sharing knowledge and information. So, let’s “keep the candle burning”!

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